The Shop
A maker space for those getting creative with ceramics, woodworking and other crafting. They offer both drop in and membership rates. If you're looking to learn a few skills, they run a variety of classes. [Read More]
 
Repair Café Toronto
The repair café aims to change the culture of disposability by showing you how to fix all kinds of things and keep them in working order. Knowledgeable fixers are on hand to repair your broken electronics, computers, clothes, jewellery, etc. As well as passing on the knowledge to you.... [Read More]
 
Career Skills Incubator - Mentoring the un(der)employed increases productivity and well-being
Career Skills Incubator is a non-profit that empowers the un(der)employed to develop skills for their dream careers. We do this with workshops, meetups, volunteer positions tailored to peoples' resumes, and a mentorship program. The mentorship program is unique, people are matched up by skills moreso than industry. Mentors help mentees set goals, and cheer them along to provide direction and motivation which is often lacking when un(der)employed. Learn more on our website! www.car... [Read More]
 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Stewardship Events
The TRCA runs a stewardship events on a wide range of topics. From Monarch butterflies, to planting native plant gardens, to family fishing days the TRCA is offering a diversity of social events to help connect you to our land. [Read More]
 
Treehouse Talks — The Treehouse Group
The tree house talks is a series of lecture style events consisting, with each event consisting of talks from three presenters. Topics are wide ranging, eclectic and meant to generate 1,000's of ideas. Edited video summaries of the talks can also be viewed through their vimeo channel, but the sound will be better if you can get away from the keyboad and take in the full expression of the ideas in the flesh.... [Read More]
 
Toronto Clothing Repairathon | Repairing Clothes… in Toronto
The Clothing Repairathon runs free public events, where anyone can bring clothing to be repaired by volunteers. Our first event will be on April 20 at the Wychwood Barns. We're still looking for donations of sewing materials (especially thread) and volunteers. Please see our website for more information.... [Read More]
 
Kodak Lectures | presented by the School of Image Arts and the Ryerson Image Centre
Photographers, film makers and new media artists discuss their work. They've been doing it since the mid 70's. If you can't catch the live events, they post videos online. [Read More]
 
Furniture Bank Furnishing Beginnings, Spreading Hope
They take used furniture donations and give it to those in need. Rather than leaving items on the side of the street, send it to the furniture bank and ensure it gets to those truly in need. [Read More]
 
Toronto Tool Library
For a small yearly fee you are free to borrow tools and power tools of all sorts. They will also be running tool workshops. You no longer need to buy a saw to do that one little project. [Read More]
 
Dr. Martin L Osler - Optometrist
I hadn't visited an eye doctor since I was in my teens, I had a negative experience and have avoided optometrists ever since. My eye sight finally reached a point where I knew I really needed some glasses so I started a search for someone trustworthy. Dr. Osler was recommend by a trusted source so I decided to pay him a visit. At first I missed his office while walking down college street, but found a different eye glass shop where they initially recommended me to another optometrist.... [Read More]